XOXO Arcade 2013 to feature Gone Home, SpyParty, more

The XOXO Arcade at XOXO Festival 2013 in Portland, Ore., will host an all-star lineup of indie games, experiences and developers, allowing attendees to play the games and interact with their creators, the event's organizers announced today.

A total of nine projects, seven of which are unreleased or not readily available to the public, will be showcased in the XOXO Arcade. The people who put the list of indie games together wanted to focus on "playful multiplayer games," so it makes sense that half of the four Sportsfriends titles are being exhibited at the XOXO Arcade. Here's the full list:

  • CastAR (Jeri Ellsworth, Rick Johnson)
  • Gone Home (The Fullbright Company)
  • Johann Sebastian Joust (Die Gute Fabrik)
  • Retro Game Crunch (Shaun Inman, Rusty Moyer, Matthew Grimm)
  • Spaceteam (Sleeping Beast Games)
  • SpyParty (Chris Hecker)
  • Super Pole Riders (Bennett Foddy)
  • The Terrible Machine (Josh Randall)
  • Videoball (Action Button Entertainment)

The XOXO Festival runs from Sept. 19-22, but the Arcade will be available only on Friday, Sept. 20, starting at 7 p.m.

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